Monday, September 15, 2008

Marsaxlokk




Marsaxlokk is pronounced 'Mar-sa-shlock'. This fishing village has one of the oldest ports in Malta and is the largest with 250 fishing vessels. It's considered to be the most photographed village in Malta. The church you see there is dedicated to Lady of the Rosary 'The Madonna of Pompeii'.

5 comments:

Alifan said...

Thanks for showing me Marsa again Dina,,,

My neighbour is coming to Malta tomorrow, oh how I wish I could get in her suitcase!!!!

Hope youa re well lovin the photos as always...

Webradio said...

Bonjour !

Merci pour ces rappels historiques...

Nice shot !

Peter said...

I can understand why it's the most visited!

Silwy said...

Hello to beautiful Malta,
Thanks for visiting my new blog and I hope that we will continue communication by photos and nice words
best wishes from Croatia

Kris said...

It is odd to see the cars right out on the beach there. Nothing like that here in Tasmania!

Is there a shortage of car parks?